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What care the Dead, for Chanticleer Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 222

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What care the Dead, for Chanticleer-

What care the Dead for Day?

'Tis late your Sunrise vex their face-

And Purple Ribaldry-of MorningPour as blank on them

As on the Tier of Wall

The Mason builded, yesterday,

And equally as cool-What care the Dead for Summer?

The Solstice had no Sun

Could waste the Snow before their Gate-

And knew One Bird a Tune-Could thrill their Mortised Ear

Of all the Birds that be-

This One-beloved of Mankind

Henceforward cherished be-What care the Dead for Winter?

Themselves as easy freeze-

June Noon-as January Night-

As soon the South-her BreezeOf Sycamore-or Cinnamon-

Deposit in a Stone

And put a Stone to keep it Warm-

Give Spices-unto Men-






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Although this poem is mainly referred to the dead, but Emily combined the things in nature with the death. In the first three lines, she referred to Chanticleer, Sunrise to indicated the time.She use the these things to beautify the death,she use the color—purple to decorate Ribaldry.Next she wrote zbout “the Dead for Summer”,but suddenly turned to the snow to form a sharp contrast.Then she gave us the noon in June, and the breeze,the warmth and the spices.It indicate that in fact she was enthusiastic about life and the human beings.We can also see it clearly in the last lines-- And put a Stone to keep it Warm-
Give Spices-unto Men-

| Posted on 2005-12-26 | by Approved Guest


.: :.

Although this poem is mainly referred to the dead, but Emily combined the things in nature with the death. In the first three lines, she referred to Chanticleer, Sunrise to indicated the time.She use the these things to beautify the death,she use the color—purple to decorate Ribaldry.Next she wrote zbout “the Dead for Summer”,but suddenly turned to the snow to form a sharp contrast.Then she gave us the noon in June, and the breeze,the warmth and the spices.It indicate that in fact she was enthusiastic about life and the human beings.We can also see it clearly in the last lines-- And put a Stone to keep it Warm-
Give Spices-unto Men-

| Posted on 2005-12-26 | by Approved Guest




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